1936 Ford 3w Coupe

1936 Ford 3w Coupe

Technical specifications of Ford 3w Coupe 1936

Price: US $65,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
Make: Ford
Model: 3w Coupe
Type: Coupe
Year: 1936
Mileage: 17000
VIN: 18-2851406
Color: Blue
Engine size: 327
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1936 FORD 3W COUPE

Details

· Henry Steel Body & Fenders; Stock Trim; Soft Top; Rumble Seat

· Washington Blue w/ Tan Mohair Interior

· 327 V8 w/Lincoln Valve Covers; Turbo 350 Automatic

· Speedway Ram Horn Exhaust Manifolds; 2" Aluminized Pipe

· Dropped Axle; GM Manual Steering; 8" Rear End w/ Parallel Leaf Springs

· GM Disc Brake Front; Ford Drum Brake Rear w/ Proportioning Valve

· Tanks Inc Gas Tank

· Walker Radiator; Mechanical Fan w/ Shroud

· Wheel Vintiques Steel Wheels w/ Coker Tires

o Front 16x4 with 5:50 Tire

o Rear 16x6 with 7:00 Tire

· Aftermarket Wiring Kit

General

This is a nice hot rod that was built from a restored car. The only body modification is the removal of the handle on the rumble seat deck lid and the step pad on top of the fender.

While this coupe shows very well, it's not a "show car" and gets driven regularly. The paint is shiny and flat with no bubbling, cracking or crazing, but you can see some imperfections under the paint surface on each door. The fronts of the fenders have rock chips that have been touched up. The body, fenders and floors are original Ford items and the original running boards were recovered 25+ years ago and the rubber looks good and correct and fits well.

The interior is a LeBaron Bonney kit done when the car was originally restored with exception of the carpet that's been updated in the last several years. The dash and garnish moldings are done in woodgrain and look presentable but are not high end. The column and steering wheel is a 40 Ford set up and the stock gauges have been updated and converted to modern standards and work great. The cowl vent, rear glass and all side glass work properly. The doors close with a gentle click and have decent gaps.

The stock chassis has been converted with Chassis Engineering components and everything has been dialed in to track straight and steer without a lot of fight and wandering. The underside is relatively clean for a car that gets driven and there's no buildup of grease or excessive grime.

The engine was fully rebuilt when installed and it does not smoke or over heat. I drive in Phoenix summer traffic and it never over heats and never pukes a puddle of coolant when you shut it off. The rear main seeps and will leave a spot if you don't drive the car for a couple of weeks.

*This is not a trailer queen and it does get driven regularly and the overall condition shows a car that is enjoyed and well maintained.*

Terms

· $500 non-refundable deposit due via PayPal within 24 hours of agreed price

· Balance of payment in full due within 7days via wire transfer

· I hold the car until all funds have cleared my bank

· You pay and arrange all your own transportation

· I will hold the car in my secure garage for a maximum of 30 days until transportation is arranged

· The car is sold as is with no warranty stated or implied

This is a private sale and I encourage inspection before making an offer. I can be reached at 480-734-8741.

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